Harrys of London and Frette Partner on Comfort Shoes

The shoe brand Harrys of London, known for stylish, comfortable men’s footwear, has teamed up with Frette, the Italian maker of fine linens, on a capsule collection of fall footwear. The unlikely duo has developed three men’s styles—a loafer, a driver, and a moccasin—in an assortment of leather and suede colors designed to complement Frette’s home collection. All three are equipped with Vibram soles to transition from indoors to outdoors. The shoes ($375 to $455) feature flexible, lightweight construction and are sold at Frette stores. (800.353.7388, www.frette.com)

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